Things To Do In London Birthday Parties With Style
1. Ballie Ballerson
Welcome to the world’s first and greatest ball pit martini bar! The legendary Ballie Ballerson is unlike any other pub you’ve ever visited. It’s a world-famous facility with over ONE MILLION balls spread out across two ball pits that will transport you back to the joys of the playground like a time machine. It’s an event that will have you smiling for hours and have your Insta feed asking for more, whether you’re being a baller in the VIP area, sipping Dibbie Dabbersons on the dancefloor, or creating a name for yourself in the ball pits. This is where memories are created!
Expect a combination of R&B and Hip-Hop to round off the week with new releases and nostalgic favourites, as well as BOGOF (buy one, get one free) pizzas all night.
A ticket grants you entrance to the venue for the whole night on your selected date, as well as two hours of access to both of the ball pits beginning at the moment of your ticket’s arrival.
2. Moonshine Saloon
Transform into an outlaw
When you visit Moonshine Saloon, you may become a part of the storey by bringing your own booze and become the beating heart of a hidden liquor enterprise. During the Great American Frontier, the Saloon is the ideal meeting place for prospective outlaws to join the gang and learn the skill of smuggling and providing illicit booze.
Moonshine Saloon takes all visitors from the streets of East London to the streets of the Wild West on the promise of making a fortune in an illegal moonshine smuggling enterprise at the top of its game, mixing immersive theatre with a world-class cocktail drinking experience. Moonshine Saloon is part of a trilogy of experiences created by Inventive Productions that build the tale of the Cassidy’s, a family of pirates, bootleggers, and crooks. The must-see Alcotraz, the world’s first prison-themed drink experience, is one of the other elements of the trilogy.
3. Jeff Wayne’s The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience
Things to do in London, birthday celebrations include Jeff Wayne’s The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience. It’s not a movie or a play. It’s not an escape room, a theme park attraction, or a virtual reality experience. Pyrotechnics, projections, holograms, and special effects are all present. However, this is not the same as an arena show (there are only 8-12 tickets per performance). This event mixes them all as London’s multi-award winning, top-rated “immersive night out.”
4. Flight Club Darts
Join them for their Brunch Social every Thursday to Sunday with Prosecco and endless pizza, whether you’re celebrating a birthday or just want to start your weekend early!
Brunch with Friends
Leave the Social Darts for another time and join them for a conventional brunch session if you’re in a party of less than 6, or your ideal brunch is all about catching up with pals and enjoying the environment. You’ll spend two lovely hours in their bar, soaking in the ambience while sipping Prosecco and devouring endless pizza.
Social Brunch with Social Darts
Add 1 hour of Social Darts to your Brunch Social if you want to add a competitive element to your midday events! You’ll spend an hour on the oche practising your throw and another hour at the bar toasting your Social Darts champion. This is ideal for groups of six or more people.
Regardless of the package you choose, each guest will receive a bottle of Prosecco, and their staff will keep you fueled with a great assortment of pizza paddles from start to end. There will also be complimentary orange juice carafes (mimosas, anyone?) and water available.